Evan Kinori Field Shirt, Kakishibu

$585 [sold out]

A long-sleeve over-shirt that features slightly dropped chest pockets with hidden button closure, curved collar, and an invisible placket. Finished with french seams, cuff taper option, and YKK metal tack buttons. Cut from a rust colored cotton canvas fabric from Japan that has been hand-dyed with fermented persimmon in a traditional process called 'kakishibu.' A hand-numbered edition.  


Kakishibu is a traditional Japanese dyeing process that creates a deep amber color from unripe persimmons that have been fermented and aged for more than 2 years. The discoloration is caused by the oxidation of the fermented juice, which over time will react to sunlight. The color will change slowly with time and exposure. 

Pigment from this over-dye process may transfer onto lighter colored textile before the first wash. Each piece is unique and features its own irregularities with shading and patterning. 


Eben is 6’2” and typically wears a size Large in jackets. He's wearing the size Large here. Style is running true to size. If between sizes, we like sizing up on this style to allow for comfortable layering.


Made in California
Cotton Canvas
Hand wash with cold water & hang dry 
Notes on Care